Triumph Speedmaster vs Harley-Davidson 883 Iron vs Kawasaki VN900
The new £6,749 Triumph Speedmaster takes on the £6,699 Harley-Davidson
883 Iron and £7,000 Kawaski VN900 in our test of the middleweight
cruisers, that offer custom motorcycle styling without the inflated
pricetag and size of the bigger cruisers.
Surprisingly, they don't feel cheap and can almost offer the same
experience as their bigger custom brothers but for half the price. With the
Harley and Triumph you also buy in to the 'brand', whereas the Kawasaki
lacks kudos but makes up for it with the mean, pseudo hard tail styling,
with the hidden rear shock giving not only cleaner lines, but also better
ride quality than the others.
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Italian custom house Free Spirits created this amazing Scrambler for
Triumph's stunt ace Kevin Carmichael.
MCN was there for his first ride.
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Triumph Thunderbird vs. the best of the rest
MCN has already discovered that although the new Triumph Thunderbird is a
great bike, it still can't tempt riders who have their hearts set on a
Harley. But how does it compare to the other cruiser competition?
Tigcraft 450 Supermono - could it replace 250GPs
The debate is still raging about what will replace 250cc bikes on the GP
circuit. We tested a 250GP bike against a 600cc fourstroke last week and
this week we try the other option - a 450cc single cylinder prototype
Not a Cafe Racer (Moto Guzzi by Adam Nestor)
Review of a bike made in Sweden by Adam Nestor.
The level of quality building and detail, is beyond the best that you could
The name of this bike is Madame Guzzi.
Is not a Cafe Racer, but it is a very interesting bike, which can be
admired by all Cafe Racer Enthusiasts.
Cafe Racer (Moto Guzzi engine-The new Ipothesys Aria V12)
The Ipothesys, Aria V 12 is a new motorcycle brand, and with new motorcycle
ideas. It has a Moto Guzzi Engine.
The starting point of this machine, is the Moto Guzzi Griso 1200.
The first prototype, was presented on the Verona Motor Bike Expo 2012, and
it won the first prize.
It was builded with a constant support from Filippo Barbacane, from
Vintage Triumph Hot Rod Motorcycle! On Two Wheels Ep. 42
On this episode of On Two Wheels, we get a behind the scenes look at
Champions Moto, a custom motorcycle, parts, and apparel company started by
Richard Varner in partnership with Terry Karges. Champions Moto teams up
with the legendary So-Cal Speed Shop to create a Hot Rod interpretation of
a street-able flat track race bike.
We take a look at the build process from design to fabrication to
completion and get to see first hand, one of the most beautiful
hand-crafted bikes we have ever come across.
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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer vs. 2013 Triumph Thruxton
In a battle of motorcycles oozing vintage cool, we pit the 2013 Moto Guzzi
V7 Racer against the Triumph 2013 Thruxton. It's Italy vs. England in this
café racer comparo.
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2013 Moto Guzzi Stone Vs Triumph Thruxton Part 1 - MotoUSA
The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone faces off against its English-built Triumph
Thruxton rival in this comparison test. Read the full comparison:
TEST | YAMAHA MT 125, la MT pour bien débuter !
Essai Yamaha MT125, Après l'initiatrice MT-09 et son trois-cylindres,
suivie de la MT-07 et son bicylindre, voici la MT 125 et son monocylindre
125 cm3. la benjamine de la famille MT s'adresse aux permis A1 et B avec le
charisme de ses grandes sœurs. Sérieuse concurrente pour la KTM Duke 125
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Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles
Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through
the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S
510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam
chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of
stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove
your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.
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Weekend Adventuring with the Triumph Bonneville - /RideApart
What does it take to go on a proper motorcycle adventure? Does "proper"
always mean weeks of preparation, loads of gear, huge budgets, a giant
touring machine and far-away destinations? Determined to prove otherwise,
Jamie Robinson hops on a modern Triumph Bonneville cafe racer with no more
than a Kriega bag, a Butler map and 48 hours to get out of LA and as lost
as possible in the back roads of the Giant Sequoia National Forest. For
more on bikes, visit hellforleathermagazine.com